Find Your Inspiration
We've curated a collection of aquascapes examples to help you find your inspiration. Which aquascape resonates with you? The beauty of nature allows a truly unique environment regardless of what you find inspirational. The aquascape you create will be yours and yours only.
Iwagami Aquascape 1
This Iwagami centers around two large dragon stones to draw the eye. Using Sand Sanzon style (a type of Iwagami), you can imagine hiking through the thick brush of a canyon that opens up to a sandbank of a calm lake.
Iwagami Aquascape 2
This Iwagami is intended to emulate a mountain range with a waterfall cascading downward. Imagine descending the treacherous cliffs and being rewarded with a beautiful calming pool at the bottom.
Jungle-style Aquascape 1
You are immediately transported into the thick jungles of the Amazon with this natural aquascape. The unique lighting gives the impression of an early morning scene where the local wildlife begins to stir.
Jungle-style Aquascape 2
Dip your head in the Amazon river and you're likely to see a landscape similar to this aquarium. The overgrown plants provide security for the wildlife along with a deep appreciation for the beauty of nature.
Dutch-style Aquascape 1
The aquatic plants are your focal point within a Dutch-style aquascape. Finding balance between plant density, color, and contrast creates a calming aquascape for the aquarium's residents while still being pleasing to the eye.
Dutch-style Aquascape 2
Dutch-style is one of the oldest aquascape techniques and captures the true essence of an underwater garden. This aquascapes takes you to the beautiful flower fields in Holland during the Spring.
Diorama Aquascape 1
Your aquarium is a blank canvas that is only bound by your imagination. Diorama-style aquascapes transport the viewers to a different world through the manipulation of plants, rocks, wood, and sometimes a little super glue.
Remember creating dioramas as a child? You worked to capture a single scene or moment such as exploring the thick forest of the Big Basin. Bring that inner child out again and let your imagination run wild.